Adult Faith Studies

Holy Trinity offers regular studies that teach us how to incorporate faith into our daily lives. Please see below for a listing of our current and upcoming faith studies. We also offer a monthly lecture events called Speaker Series. To learn more about Speaker Series, please click here.

Hosea – Tuesdays at 10:30AM
(starting Tuesday, August 11)
Join Rev. Danielle every Tuesday at 10:30AM, starting August 11 for a study of God’s persistent love as we study the book of Hosea. Through studying Hosea we will venture into a turbulent place of love and justice, and promise and pain, all of which are close to the heart of God. The power and emotion is sure to grab us as we look into the first of the Minor Prophets. The prophecy of Hosea doesn’t progress logically from beginning to conclusion – it’s circular – going back and forth between judgement and mercy! We do hope you’ll join us for what is bound to be a bumpy ride glancing through one of our minor prophets of the Old Testament! *As of right now – this Bible Study will take place via Zoom – please contact the Parish Administrator for the link.*  

Racial Justice – Wednesdays at 7:00PM, or, Thursdays at 12:00PM
(starting August 12 and 13)
An important response to systemic racism and racial injustice is through education—educating ourselves and seeing the realities of the world beyond our singular perspective. Join us as we study together the many different facets of racism through five different sessions. You do not need to attend all sessions, but can pick and choose which are of interest for you (though we sure do encourage attending all of them as they are fascinating!). All sessions are listed below. A Zoom link and signup will be sent out closer to the dates – but until then – mark your calendars!

  • Spirituality and Racial Justice with Michael Curry: Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church Michael Curry teaches this class. Bishop Curry has made racial reconciliation one of the priorities of his ministry as Presiding Bishop. In this class, he provides a sobering yet hopeful outlook on both the sin of racism and the reconciliation of working towards a more just world.
    -Wednesday, August 12th at 7:00PM with Rev. Danielle
    -Thursday, August 13th at 12:00PM with Rev. Eileen 
  • Whiteness and Racial Justice with Kelly Brown Douglas: Learn the history of whiteness and how the dominance and privilege of whiteness impacts our desire to bring racial healing to society. The Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas, Dean of Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary, professor, and author, leads us through a historical and sociological journey to better understand and bring about reconciliation and justice.
    -Wednesday, August 19th at 7:00PM with Rev. Eileen
    -Thursday, August 20th at 12:00PM with Rev. Danielle
  • Theology and Racial Justice with J. Kameron Carter: In this course, J. Kameron Carter, author and Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University, explains many of the theological underpinnings of racial injustice.
    -Wednesday, August 26th at 7:00PM with Rev. Danielle
    -Thursday, August 27th at 12:00PM with Rev. Eileen
  • Racism and Racial Justice with Eduardo Bonilla-Silva: In this class, activist, author, and Duke University professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva contends that after the Civil Rights Movement, a new kind of racism emerged: color-blind racism. Bonilla-Silva describes this new racism, how it got here, and what can be done about it.
    -Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00PM with Rev. Eileen
    -Thursday, September 3rd at 12:00PM with Rev. Danielle
  • Reparation and Racial Justice with Jennifer Harvey: In this class, Jennifer Harvey, author and Professor of Religion at Drake University, argues that the popular ‘reconciliation’ paradigm for building racial justice needs to be replaced with one based on reparation.
    -Wednesday, September 9th at 7:00PM with Rev. Danielle
    -Thursday, September 10th at 12:00PM with Rev. Eileen

(starting in September)
Coming in September: “Genesis Like You’ve Never Heard It Before” led by Fr. Neil. Start off your Fall activities with a new look at this fascinating book of the Bible. We’ll keep you posted on dates and times!